We expect to see changes to tax reliefs when a new government comes into power. We don’t expect to see a government severely cut a single tax relief just two years after introducing it. Yet that is just what we have seen happen to the Dividend Allowance.
Archives for August 2017
In the Summer Budget 2015, then Chancellor George Osborne announced restrictions to income tax relief for residential landlords. The proposals became law later that year and came into effect on 6 April 2017. Here we remind you of what the changes mean for landlords.
Here’s the scenario: your company – or perhaps the company of a relative – needs additional finance to expand. You have the funds to help. What is the best way to provide the finance to the company?
If you recently bought or are buying a new car, you will have discovered that new rates of Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) apply for purchases of cars first registered on or after 1 April 2017. If not, you may be surprised by how significantly car tax rates have changed.
The Marriage Allowance was introduced over two years ago, yet most people who are eligible have not claimed the allowance. Could you be due a tax repayment of up to £432?
The government has introduced a new term: Making Tax Digital for Business, along with yet another acronym. MTDfB has different start dates for different types of business with unincorporated businesses being the first to see significant changes in how they record and submit their transactions.
Effective teamwork is key to success. As the business leader, it’s up to you to bring together the collective efforts of your people and guide them towards achieving your overall business goals. What are the must-have ingredients of a successful team? And how can you make sure your team has what it takes?